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sls0812 Says... 10 years ago

Great job! How did you do your sides?

tracyscakes Says... 9 years ago

that was so tricky, I had an unexperienced teacher so the sides of sotas technique kept "falling" so I left them blank and took it home and my hubby said they are supposed to drape down the sides so he helped me finish with the #1 tip and thin white icing. He told me to touch my tip lightly every so often to attatch the lace

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty!! Great job!!

m0use Says... 10 years ago

Good job!

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

OOOOH! Looks so soft and pretty! Very good work!

tracyscakes Says... 10 years ago

Thank you, this site is so inspirational

cakesforalloccasions Says... 10 years ago

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ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty!! Great job!!

m0use Says... 10 years ago

Good job!

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

OOOOH! Looks so soft and pretty! Very good work!

tracyscakes Says... 10 years ago

Thank you, this site is so inspirational

cakesforalloccasions Says... 10 years ago

Everyone does great work here. Llove you all.

sls0812 Says... 10 years ago

Great job! How did you do your sides?

tracyscakes Says... 9 years ago

that was so tricky, I had an unexperienced teacher so the sides of sotas technique kept "falling" so I left them blank and took it home and my hubby said they are supposed to drape down the sides so he helped me finish with the #1 tip and thin white icing. He told me to touch my tip lightly every so often to attatch the lace


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